The largest in a recent swarm of earthquakes in northwest Arizona hit the region early Friday morning, the Arizona Geological Survey said. A magnitude 3.4 quake was reported at 2:23 a.m. in the same remote area rattled by 19 other quakes. The survey said the swarm started on March 29 with a magnitude 2.3 quake and has continued through Friday

with 19 more small quakes ranging in size from magnitude 0.7 to Friday’s magnitude 3.4. A quake of magnitude 2.5 to 3 is the smallest generally felt by people. The swarm occurred along the Arizona-Nevada line south-southwest of Littlefield, Arizona, which is also close to southwestern Utah. FULL REPORT